MoMA Is Finally Giving Legendary Black Artist Charles White His Due
White was one of the first artists to depict black life in fine art. Nearly 40 years after his death, he's finally getting the acclaim he deserves.
A Wrongfully Jailed Artist Confronts America's Legacy of Slavery
“Our country makes money off of black bodies by keeping them in jail,” says Gianni Lee.
The Artist Changing the Face of Black Girlhood
Even Beyoncé adores Deborah Roberts's collaged portraits of strong, beautiful black girls and women.
Barkley L. Hendricks Painted Black People As We Are
Remembering the incredible legacy of one of America's greatest artists, who captured the essence of every person he painted.
Turning BBW into a Point of Pride, Not a Category of Porn
Theresa Chromati subverts the derogatory moniker to reclaim the black, female gaze.
Artist Titus Kaphar On His New Solo Show and Unarmed Black Men in America
"I feel very strongly that most of the history that we have been taught is at best incomplete, and at worse fiction."